We are rounding up people for a bus trip to the Annual BLACK New England Conference held October 25-26 in Manchester New Hampshire at Southern New Hampshire University, a 40 minute getaway from Boston. The two-day, 13th Annual Black New England Conference theme this year is: BLACK INK: African American News from Slave Songs to Social Media. You can take in the social scene with food and drink and attend stimulating discussions, fashion show entertainment, lectures, Black heritage trail tours, performances, and compelling talks about Blacks in media. Learn more about reservations.
About Black Boston Tours
DELUXE TOUR Announced
The Deluxe Black Boston Tour packs 400 years of Boston’s Black Heritage into digestible bytes of information and sites to see during the day trip and sightseeing tour. You get 6-hours of Black Boston heritage and the Pan-African relationships which formed it. You’ll hit black heritage sites on Beacon Hill, in Roxbury, Charlestown, the Boston Common, Lower Roxbury and more. You will have touch and feel hop offs and 2-hours of off the bus planned activity and brunch time. The ride is a comfortable coach bus with tour narration and guidance from Joel Mackall. There are stops for picture taking, food sampling, and investigations. We expose the Hidden Black Boston history with today’s Black Boston culture.
The free no reservation, 14-site Black Boston Heritage Trail walking tour is run Mon-Sat by a National Park Service Ranger when weather permits. Meet 1 p.m. Eastern at Tremont and Park Street at Boston Common to start the walking tour in front of the Robert Gould Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial. The Museum of African American History of Boston is on the route.
Scenic New England Tours we recommend and book.
We offer tours from the Gray Line catalog titled …
– Fall Foliage Spectacular
– The Cape Cod Explorer
– The Witch City: Salem and Marblehead
– New England Seacoast
– Plimoth Plantation
– Fabulous Newport
learn more in a direct live chat with the tour operator
Roxbury Cultural District
The center of New England African American is Roxbury. In the Roxbury Cultural District section of the town, culture upholds bold, vibrant colored artwork murals, Black-owned businesses, bookstores, the community vibe, restaurants, markets, beauty salons, jazz speakeasy, sports bars and more. An inexpensive walking tour titled Black Boston Sprinter Tour accesses the area from the MBTA Back Bay Orange Line station. Groups may charter Roxbury Trolley. The capacity is 33 people. It is a red-decorated trolley tour bus used in other parts as the Beantown Trolley from the catalog of sightseeing trips created by Gray Line Boston.
There is a lot to see in Black New Hampshire
Pack up your group for our Black New Hampshire Travel Package, destination the Black Heritage Trail of NH (BHTNH), a non-profit organization and premier programmer of Early African, Black and African American Heritage events in New Hampshire. It was voted by New England Travel magazine as having the Best Walking Tour in New Hampshire.
We offer packages to groups who want to go.
BHTNH is the executive producer of expertly narrated and guided tours. The firm presents “Tea Talk” Sunday lectures, annual city-wide festival celebrations; The Black New England Annual Conference at the University of New Hampshire and more. The NHBHT office broadly promotes tourism in New Hampshire.
Buy them direct here and Skip Waiting in Lines at the Attractions. Popular items such as Duck Tour, Whale Watch, Aquarium/IMAXX Theater, Martha’s Vineyard in a day are priced to go.
The Roxbury Cultural District is host to amazing artists. When you visit the area the images speak to you from buildings, murals and businesses.
Best of Boston Trolley / Roxbury Trolley Charter for Groups
Learn More – select live chat or a phone meeting date to discuss your Black Boston and New England sightseeing plans.